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Physiological Efficiency for Crop Improvement

 
A. Hemantaranjan (Editor)
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I. Molecular Physiology of Abiotic Stresses: 1. Physiological role of DREB transcription factors engineered to enhance drought resistance in rice/D. Vijayalakshmi and M. Raveendran. 2. Effect of drought and high temperature on physiological traits and wheat production/T.P. Singh, Jyoti Kumari, Rashmi Yadav and Pravin Prakesh. 3. Physiology of root shoot signaling in plants under drought/K. Vanitha, T. Parthasarathi and S. Mohandass. 4. Generation of reactive oxygen species and defensive role of antioxidants in plants under stressed conditions/Deepti Shankhdhar and Shailesh Chandra Shankhdhar. 5. Plant adaptation mechanisms in phosphorus-deprived soil: Mitigation of stress and way to balanced nutrition/Subhas Sarkar, Debarati Bhaduri, K. Chakraborty. 6. An update on effects of nitric oxide under abiotic stresses in higher plants/Prerna Singh and Kavita Shah. 7. Potential of salt hyperaccumulator plants in salinity phytoremediation/Rajiv Angrish and Sarita Devi. 8. Significance of soil-root system and aquaporins for water homeostasis in plant- A Review/Prasann Kumar. 9. Plants response to water in excess: An overview of its molecular mechanism/M.K. Adak, S. Banerjee N. Ghosh, C. Mandal and N. Dey. II. Nutriophysiology: 10. Copper in Plants: An essential and multifunctional element/Enrique J. Baran. 11. FABA BEAN: Nutritional values and prospects for trait improvement/Subodh K. Sinha. 12. Nutrient and its management: Prospect and challenges under the changing environment scenario/Dhiman Mukherjee. III. Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria: 13. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria: Beneficial rhizospheric microbes improving crop performance through multiple mechanisms/Sushmita and Pravin Prakash. 14. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria –an approach for biofortification in cereal grains/Ashish Sharma, Deepti Shankhdhar and Shailesh Chandra Shankhdhar. IV. AMF and Micropropagated Medicinal Plants: 15. Influence of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) on acclimatization and growth enhancement of micropropagated medicinal plants/Kuldeep Yadav, Narender Singh and Ashok Aggarwal. Comprehensive Review: i. Brassinosteroids research- A review/N. Raghava, K. Srivastava, S. Srivastava and R.P. Raghava. Subject Index.

Relevance of the basic science of Plant Physiology has been highly recognized for holistic agricultural development. Plant Physiology is in essence the foundation of plant molecular biology. Judicious knowledge of the extensive researches carried out in the last several decades have been radiating immense knowledge for manipulation of crop development for improving their yield efficiency. The underlying mechanisms of plant responses to abiotic stresses and plant nutrition have been known up to molecular level, though efforts are being made to understand intricate physiological, biochemical and molecular mechanisms under varied agro-climatic conditions in crops and their varieties either individually or in groups. Our objective is to publish innovative science of value across the broad disciplinary range and hence, the publication of the book entitled "Physiological Efficiency for Crop Improvement", which could have been possible for invigorating the science of agriculture and crop production under Crop Improvement Programme, especially under the changing climate.

Contents: Preface. Special Supplements: 1. S1. DNA damage and repair detection in plant genetic resources – Connotation in climate resilient agriculture/A. K. Trivedi, S. K. Verma, R. K. Tyagi and A. Hemantaranjan. 2. S2. GA signaling: A key regulator of aleurone function/Chun Mei Chang and Suresh Gopal Bhagwat. 3. S3. Role of melanin in the biology of spot blotch pathogen of barley and its management/Manoj Kumar, Kavita Shah and Ramesh Chand. 4. S4. Potential effect of plant secondary metabolites on Alzheimer’s disease/Renu Singh and Hiral Gadhavi. 5. S5. Potential Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture/A. K. Trivedi and A. Hemantaranjan.

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About the author

A. Hemantaranjan

Dr. A. Hemantaranjan, Editor, is the Senior Faculty Member in the Department of Plant Physiology, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India as well as Fellow, Indian Society For Plant Physiology (FISPP). He has been teaching in Post Graduate/Ph.D. classes since 1984, he became the recipient of “Research Scientist A Award" conferred on him by the University Grants Commission, Govt. of India. Over 65 of his research papers and review articles/book chapters are globally published in journals/treatise of international repute including proceedings symposia and recurrently cited world over. He is the recipient of a number of advanced training in India and abroad related to plant sciences, in general, and plant mineral nutrition, in particular. Besides the publication of treatise on Advances in Plant Physiology Series, he has also published treatises on "Advancements in Iron Nutrition Research" and "Advancements in Micro-nutrient Research" in the years 1995 and 1996 correspondingly. Above and beyond, he is life member of many Indian and overseas Learned Bodies in Biology and Agriculture.

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Title Physiological Efficiency for Crop Improvement
Format Hardcover
Date published: 08.06.2015
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788172339371
length 615p., 5 Colour; Figures; Tables; B/W Figures